Make Disciples. Week 5: Day Job

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On Wednesday we will get together for Week 5 of 12 in our “Make Disciples.” series. Below you will find links to an overview of the full 12 weeks and for the fifth area on the map, Engaging God’s World: Day Job.

Overview

Make Disciples. Week 05

During the 12 weeks, we are addressing areas on a comprehensive discipleship map.  After discussing each area, we will try to establish Milestones that would provide evidence of personal spiritual growth – markers that we work toward. 

Central Reflections: Who Does God Use?

Lxx_minor_prophetsAmos had no intentions of being a prophet.  He was minding his flocks and tending his figs when the Lord called him to confront he high priest at Bethel with a message for the nation and the king.

Amos 7.pdf                 Amos 7.mp3

Palmer St. Podcast: The *Work* of God’s Spirit

The ordinary becomes something extraordinary when God is involved.  The work of the Holy Spirit does not have to look supernatural.  He works through our work, using earthly materials and very human capabilities.

Exodus 31, 35-39.mp3

Exodus 31, 35-39.pdf

Exodus 31, 35-39.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: When God Calls

Moses had been raising sheep in the wilderness for 40 years when God appeared to him in a burning bush at Mt. Horeb.  It was time to go back to Egypt and bring Israel out.

Exodus 3-4.mp3

Exodus 3-4.pdf

Exodus 3-4.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: A Faith That Works

The ideas of vocation and calling have been vanquished from our thinking in recent years.  We’re now far more comfortable with a job, occupation or career.  Personally I attribute this shift to the fact that a calling requires a Caller (note the cap C) – and we no longer want anything to do with such a being.  Nonetheless, if we accept the Caller’s existence, a calling gives meaning to our work, making it more of a vocation than anything else.

2 Thess 3.06-18.mp3

2 Thess 3.06-18.pdf

2 Thess 3.06-18.pptx